Be part of Occupy action with now-infamous Bank of America tent

Wish you could be a part of the Occupy Wall Street protests in San Francisco, but not be part of the arrests, rallies or overnight camping?

Well now you can.

The tent that was erected inside the Bank of America branch, located on California Street at Davis Street, Wednesday and housed 10 protesters for more than two hours while nearly 100 people were arrested, is for sale on eBay.

The tent – which is described as a “deluxe single-family dwelling located in the heart of San Francisco’s prestigious financial district” and an “open-air bungalow” — is going for $225 plus $5 shipping and is available to the highest bidder through Nov. 19.

But act fast the listing says it’s a “short sale” and it was previously occupied by the 99 percent, so it could go quickly.

All proceeds from this auction will be donated to support the Occupy movement.

akoskey@sfexaminer.com

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